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john bridge. inner loop looks great leaving the toll road heading back towards 270. 66 eastbound, light traffic v no problems to report continuing in towards the beltway. >>> thanks. look at this video. snow shoe resort in west virginia got more than 2 feet of snow from superstorm sandy but the resort will not be opening early. officials said they could open for skiers this weekend but it's too dangerous. there are widespread power outages and the surrounding area is in a state of emergency. they have other things to deal with right now. >>> if you see a lot of snowplows around d.c. this morning i don't think there's a blizzard coming. it's just a drill. they're testing its readiness for winter storms. the dry run is to help with training of more than 1,000 members of the team at the public works department. >>> metro bus drivers caught nodding off and sleeping on the job, some while they were behind the wheel. now, according to the transit agency 67 drivers were caught between january of 2010 and february 2012 and some were working as many as 16 to 20 hours a day. the washington examin
happening again. in howard county, john henrehan, fox 5 news. x 5 news. >> a mess there. >>> people in need of help following superstorm sandy. >> up next, the relief efforts already under way and can you help chip in. stay with us. with us. we'll have information when we come back. anncr: their ads, hopelessly untrue. a west virginia casino launching the biggest ad barrage ever. don't be misled. the washington post says question seven is just... common sense. it'll create 4,000 permanent jobs. and stop maryland from losing millions to other states... every year. that's why business, labor, and teachers all support... question seven. and so does the washington post. vote for question seven. it's just common sense. we had a good group of people. good group of employees out there. this was a booming place. and mitt romney and bain capital turned it in to a junk yard. i was suddenly, 60 years old. i had no health care. mainly i was thinking about my family. how am i going to take care of my family. he promised us the same things he's promising the united states. and he'll give you the same thi
the building and call for an evacuation and get them out of the building. deputy chief john donnelly explained to me why warehouses it be such a high-risk situation for firefighters. >> warehouses are dangerous identify lot of reasons. one of them is they're secure so they are hard to get in. that keeps burglars out but it also serves to keep firemen out. the second thing is it is a lot of material store in the a very small space and stored in ways that, fay fire does start, it can spread very quickly. that appears to be what happened here that the fire spread quickly and it was very challenging to put out. >> reporter: so it took until about 3:30 this morning for them to get all the flame knocked down. they had gone through the second floor and through the roof and spread to some of the adjacent buildings. the challenge now is we've got a lot of people coming in trying to get to work at some of these warehouses for this morning and they are not going to be able to do that. florida avenue is open this morning. we don't think that there was anyone inside. no injuries. that is what the firefight
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